U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Ronald Bush lashes Trump administration's "arbitrary and capricious" policy of slashing public input on environmental protections.
Seibt, a darling of the climate science denial movement, said she is a "fan" of Stefan Molyneux, a racist vlogger who has endorsed white nationalism.
These Facebook groups prohibit exchanging money and bartering, but they reduce waste and build communities.
Penzance, a coastal town in England, achieved "plastic free" accreditation in 2017, since then more than 100 other communities have done the same.
Are our brains even wired to grapple with an existential crisis like climate change?
Opponents are fighting to save NEPA, a key environmental law, from what they see as an attack on democracy and environmental justice.
Kids learn what's normal from us. But now there's no normal.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is welcoming new seeds from around the world, including the Cherokee Nation.
Food & Drink
These reusable produce bags are a must-have with Amazon customers. And right now, you can get them for 40% off.
The driver - who witnesses said appeared to be targeting children - was arrested.
Aerial views of Antarctica's Eagle Island show the dramatic melting that took place during a major February heatwave.
"Oh my love," the "Joker" actor told the calf, Indigo, after saving the bovines from a slaughterhouse.
Social media feeds our appetite for fashion, but the result is a recipe for environmental disaster.
Time is running out.
The former GOP mayor of New York City pitched rejoining the Paris Agreement and repeated a debunked claim that he's to thank for closing coal plants.
Food & Drink
This is why it’s important to minimize the amount of meat you’re eating if you care at all about slowing climate change.
The Amazon chief executive and richest man in the world announced that he would be launching the Bezos Earth Fund on Instagram.
"My wife and I will leave it to someone else to try and avoid disaster ... we’ve decided that as long as they can postpone the collapse until we’re dead, we’ll be OK."
As climate change reshapes beloved places like the Cascades, much of it will exist only in memory.
From an irradiated nuclear zone to an overfished reef, nature springs back to life without people. And therein lies a plan to save the planet.